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My project contains wowvision.ocx, wowvision.inf, wow.CAB and B.html pages and some other html page where I tested the activex control.

This step for client machine

1-You do copy wow.CAB, wowvision.ocx and b.htm page in the local server.

2-Open the IE and put the address and html page on the addressbar, like http:\\localhost\b.htm in client machine.
(After this u seen that cab file install properly but not register on machine).


This is my problem.

1- First all file open and put all the files in wowvision folder, it is an application folder.

2- Open VS 2010 and build the application you seen that this application registered automatically.

3- Ater this copy we will open the wow application it is attach in my project you open the file and attach the
wowvision.ocx in debug folder and rebuild wow application.

4- You copy wow.CAB, wowvision.ocx and b.htm page in the local server.

5- Open the IE and put the address and html page on the addressbar like http:\\localhost\b.htm in development machine.
(You see it is loaded but on client machine it is not loaded).

6- My activex work only change the label text this code is written LoadParameter() it is situated in wowvisionctrl.cpp

sir please send me the solution early i m waiting your response. If you get this code please send me the acknowledgment.

Thanks
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Updated 14-Apr-11 0:41am
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Dalek Dave 14-Apr-11 5:42am
   
Edited for Grammar and Readability.

Dear Anurag, It looks like a ocx registration problem. try to register it with regsvr32 app.
regsvr32 ocxfilename
   
Probably you've not registered the activex control on the client machine...

In order to do that you should follow the steps depicted here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/146219[^]

HTH...
   
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Dalek Dave 14-Apr-11 5:42am
   
Good Advice.

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